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  • 9 Pointers for Great Headshots to Use in Your Website Design

    9 Pointers for Great Headshots to Use in Your Website Design

    You need a headshot in this day and age. (Everyone needs a headshot in this day and age.) But not all headshots are created equal when it comes to your web design. Here are pointers based on my years of experience incorporating headshots into site designs to make sure you get your best side.

  • Are You Secure?

    Are You Secure?

    Do you need to have an https:// site (instead of just http://)? Google has some new “rules” and you might be surprised to learn that SSL certificates are becoming more important than ever, even on non-eCommerce sites.

  • Freshen Up Your Web Copy

    Freshen Up Your Web Copy

    When was the last time you actually read the copy on your website? Here are 7 tips to help you evaluate whether your web pages need a little polish or maybe a complete rewrite.

  • Pro Tips for Purchasing Domain Names

    Pro Tips for Purchasing Domain Names

    Purchasing a domain name may seem straightforward, but I have some tips that I’ve garnered through years of experience that will save you time, money, and hassle down the road.

  • Pro Tip for When You're Working with Premium Stock Images

    Pro Tip for When You’re Working with Premium Stock Images

    Here is an easy trick to ‘try-before-you-buy’ on premium stock photo sites so that you can make sure you’re getting just the right image that will work perfectly in the space you need it before you shell out the dough for it.

  • Web Design Wireframe

    What is a Wireframe and Why the Heck Would You Want One?

    A web design wireframe is an x-ray or an outline of all the good stuff (the content) that you want to include on your web page. Find out how this might be useful to you – even if you’re not a designer.